Our harness is adjustable on all four straps so be sure to measure your dog to get the best fit.

Details on where to measure your dog's body are in the diagram below.  Aim for a snug fit leaving space for two fingers between the measuring tape and your dog's coat.

Neck size – gently place the tape measure around your dog’s neck just below where a collar would sit

Chest size – place a tape measure gently around your dog’s chest at its widest point, normally just behind the front legs around the ribcage

IMPORTANT – The Dog Breed Size Guide is intended to give you a general guide of the size each breed can fit, however, we always recommend measuring your dog so you can choose the best size option for your dog. Note: the Breed Size Guide is based on fully grown dogs, sometimes a dog breed can show in two sizes due to variations in build and gender. 


EXTRA SMALL CM 25cm - 30cm 34cm - 50cm Dachshund, Boston Terrier, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Toy Cavoodle, Italian Greyhound
INCHES 9.8" - 11.8" 13.3" - 19.6"
SMALL CM 37cm - 49cm 39cm - 59cm Cocker Spaniel, Whippet, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Shiba, French Bulldog, Toy Cavoodle, Jack Russell, Pomeranian, Mini Schnauzer
INCHES 14.5" - 19.2" 15.3" - 23.2"
MEDIUM CM 43cm - 62cm 45cm - 70cm French Bulldog, Kelpie, Pug, Shiba, Labradoodle, Staffy, Cavapoo, Cocker Spaniel, Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Cattle Dog, Beagle, Bull Terrier, Japanese Spitz
INCHES 16.9" - 24.4" 17.7" - 27.5"
LARGE CM 47cm - 67cm 48cm - 83cm Labradoodle, Dalmatian, English Bulldog, Olde English Bulldog, Golden Retriever, Groodle/Goldendoodle, Labrador, Border Collie, Samoyed, Boxer, Beagle, Poodle, Husky
INCHES 18.5" - 26.3" 18.8" - 32.6"


Check out our sizing video for tips on how to adjust your harness here.